Former ADEMA Frontman Working On Solo Debut

Former ADEMA frontman Marky Chavez is currently working on a solo album, tentatively due early next year via Thru The Roof Records. According to a posting on his MySpace page, the lineup for the project consists of the following musicians:

Marky Chavez - Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Joe Davis - Guitar, Drums
Adam Stahl - Guitar

Chavez — who is the half-brother of KORN's Jonathan Davis — left ADEMA in 2004 while the band was working on material for its third album. He was reportedly in talks about returning to the group after the departure of his replacement, Luke Caraccioli, but those plans have since been abandoned.

ADEMA's new album, "Kill the Headlights", was released on August 21 via Immortal Records. The CD was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Marshall Altman (MARC BROUSSARD, ZEBRAHEAD). Mastering duties were handled by Eddie Schreyer at Oasis Mastering in Burbank.

ADEMA last year announced the addition of vocalist Bobby Reeves of the Los Angeles-based band LEVEL to the group's ranks.


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